By Albert J. Saganich, Tom Hardy, Lawrence H. Kaye, Sunila Srivatsan

BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 Kick commence exhibits you the way to make J2EE programming more uncomplicated, supplying the quickest route to productiveness with BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1. The authors convey how Workshop leverages the ability of BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1, together with WebLogic Server, WebLogic Portal, and WebLogic Integration. With BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 Kick begin, you will discover ways to construct J2EE functions and spot how each one notion works inside a real-world on-line on line casino software built over the process the publication. you will see how Workshop 8.1 enables each step of the advance method, from layout to deployment. The authors' professional insights and suggestions, besides dozens of sensible examples that you should placed to exploit instantly, may have you up and working at complete pace in not anything flat.

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This feature is extremely beneficial when dealing with large code files that scroll off the bottom of the Source View. To expand or minimize a section of code, click the associated + or - symbol in the left margin of the Source View. 13 shows an example of minimized and expanded code elements. 13. The + and - symbols in the left margin of the Source View enable you to selectively expand or minimize code elements. 35 36 You can tweak all these settings by selecting Tools, IDE Properties from the Workshop menu.

A Form bean can be added to a page by dragging a netui:form tag 53 54 onto a JSP and then associating it with a Form bean. When a user clicks the Form button, the data is packaged up and provided to the action. 5 shows the Action View of a simple Controller using a Form bean. The index page contains a NetUI form element that gathers gambling data. When the form's Gamble button is clicked, the GambleForm data is passed to the gamble action, and the action can access the data. Portals Page Flows and controls, collectively known as Web applications, are the core content of a Web site.

Create WebLogic Workshop projects supporting portals, integration, controls, EJBs, Web Services, and XML Schema. • Create traditional Web applications using Page Flow for page navigation and Form beans for data gathering and display. • Create portal applications that can be the basis for a custom look and feel as well as personalization and other portal features. • Create integration applications that can be the basis for business process modeling, data transformation and integration, and multiparty orchestrated messaging.

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